PATRICK OMEJA - Project Manager
DENNIS TWINOMUGISHA - Project Manager
KIM VALENTA - Past Post-Doc
Plant Animal Interactions / Sensory Ecology
FABIOLA ESPINOSA-GOMEZ - Past Post-doc
Primate Digestive Physiology
ALEX TUMUKUNDA - Past Ph.D.
Disease Ecology of Bushpigs and Giant Forest Hogs
SAM MUGUME - Past Ph.D.
Ecological and Human Value of Forest Reserves
DOROTHY KIRUMIRA - Past Masters
Evaluating Conservation Strategies
VALERIE SCHOOF - Past Post-Doc
SARAH TURNER - Past Post-Doc
SHARON KESSLER - Past Post-Doc
MIKE WASSERMAN - Past Post-Doc
JULIE TEICHROEB - Past Post-Doc
University of Toronto
MARCO CAMPENNI - Past Post-Doc
RAFAEL REYNA-HURTADO - Past Post-Doc
MITCH IRWIN - Past Post-Doc
Northern Illinois University
CAROLYN HALL - Past Post-Doc
University of Quebec at Montreal
JESSICA ROTHMAN - Past Post-Doc
SADIE RYAN - Past Post-Doc
University of Florida
TANIA SAJ - Past Post-Doc
University of Calgary
KEVINA VULINEC - Past Post-Doc
Delaware State University
JOANNA LAMBERT - Past Post-Doc
University of Colorado, Boulder
Tyler Bonnell – Ph.D. McGill University – May 2014. Spatial simulations of infectious disease: environment, behaviour, and their interaction in a primate population. Co-Chair with Raja Sengupta. Now at the University of Lethbridge.
Cedric Worman – Ph.D. University of Florida – April 2012. Deceased. Anthropogenic community disturbance: general patterns qualifications, and animal-mediated nutrient transport. Previously at Francis Marion University.
Patrick Omeja – Ph.D. Makerere University – September 2009. Restoration potential of woody tree species in the degraded forest sites in Kibale National Park, Uganda.
Stacey Hodder – MA McGill University – April 2009. Do colobus monkeys on humanized forest edges exhibit more severe parasite infections than those on non-humanized forest edges?
Tamaini Snaith – Ph.D. McGill University – August 2008. Group size and food competition in red colobus monkeys: Addressing the folivore paradox.
Dennis Twinomugisha – Ph.D. Makerere University – November 2005. Conservation status and determinants of golden monkey (Cercopithecus mitis kandti) abundance in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park.
Nat Seavy – Ph.D. University of Florida – May 2006. Disturbance and community structure.
Thomas Gillespie – Ph.D. University of Florida – May 2004. Effects of human disturbance on primate parasite dynamics. Now at Emory University
Alain Houle – Ph.D. Université du Québec à Montréal – December 2003. Mécanismes de coexistence chez les primates frugivores du Parc National de Kibale en Ouganda.
Claudia M. Stickler – MSc. University of Florida – December 2003. The Effects of Selective Logging on Primate – Habitat Interactions: A Case Study of Redtail Monkeys (Cercopithecus ascanius) in Kibale National Park, Uganda.
Amy E. Zanne. – Ph.D. in Zoology, University of Florida – March 2003. Adaptations to heterogeneous habitats: life history characters of trees and shrubs. Now at George Washington University.
R. Scot Duncan – Ph.D. in Zoology, University of Florida – May 2001. Tropical forest succession: integrating theory and application in forest restoration.
Sophia R. Balcomb – Ph.D. in Zoology, University of Florida – May 2001. Patterns of seed dispersal at a variety of scales in a tropical forest system: do post-dispersal processes disrupt patterns established by frugivores?
John Paul – Masters in Zoology, University of Florida – May 2001. Patterns of seed dispersal by animals: influence on sapling composition in a tropical forest.
Tom Gillespie – Masters in Zoology, University of Florida – May 2000. Determinants of group size in the red colobus monkey (Procolobus badius): an evaluation of the generality of the ecological constraints model.
Daphne Onderdonk – Masters in Zoology, University of Florida – May 1998. Coping with forest fragmentation: the primates of Kibale National Park, Uganda.
Amy Zanne – Masters in Zoology, University of Florida – April 1998. Expediting Indigenous regeneration in African grasslands: plantations and the effects of distance and isolation from seed sources.
R. Scot Duncan – Masters in Zoology, University of Florida – April 1997. Seed dispersal in a degraded agricultural tropical landscape: the first steps towards reforestation.
Christina Allen – Masters, University of Florida (Co-Chair) – February 1997. Frugivores, palms, and conservation in Amazonia.
Lisa Naughton-Treves – Ph.D. University of Florida (Co-Chair) – April 1996. Uneasy neighbors: wildlife and farmers around Kibale National Park.
Virginia Shepherd – Masters in Zoology, University of Florida – April 1996. The role of dung beetles as secondary seed dispersers in Kibale National Park, Uganda.
David Terry – Masters in Science Teaching in Zoology, University of Florida – April 1995.
W. Olupot – Masters in Zoology, Makerere University – June 1993. Range patterns of gray-cheeked mangabeys (Cercocebus albigena) with special reference to food finding and food availability in Kibale Forest.
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